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Little Haiti Walking Tour App Launch

Event Date:

June 27 @ 6:30 pm

Venue:

Haitian Heritage Museum
4141 NE 2nd Ave Suite 105C
Miami, FL 33137

Organizer:

Eveline Pierre
305-371-5988
hhmevents@comcast.net

Program Description:

In celebration of Caribbean Heritage Month, Haitian Heritage Museum partners with the Florida Humanities Counsel to host the Launch of the Little Haiti Walking Tour free phone app. The inaugural launch event will take place at Haitian Heritage Museum located at 4141 NE 2nd Ave. Suite 105C in the Miami Design District, from 6:30- 8:30pm. Special guest Mr. Winnick Juste, Grandson of Little Haiti’s Founding Father the honorable Viter Juste will be present to discuss the legacy of Little Haiti. Representatives from the Museum will be present to assist with downloading the app and will distribute copies of the outline for tour stops featured on the app . Please join us for refreshments as we celebrate the launch and download of the new Little Haiti Walking Tour app.

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